Keenan Kremke of Karp and Krow 4-H in Ord/Burwell broke 66 of 75 targets on a day of gusty winds Saturday at the 44th Cornhusker Trapshoot. Combined with his perfect 75 shot Friday, he earned the overall Cornhusker Cup with a 141.

It is Kremke’s second title at the Cornhusker. He won the junior high championship in 2010.

The Lincoln Pius X team of Aaron Lafler, Joshua Borzekofski, Adam Greitens, Adam Erskine and Andrew Rempe won the overall team title, breaking, 663 of 750 targets over two days.

Omaha Marian’s Brianna Rakes won the girls’ title with a 138 of 150 and helped the Marian Blue team to the girls’ team championship. That team, which also includes Maddie Worth, Natalie Bialas, Lori Nevole and Anna Vasko, scored 650 of 750.

Hastings repeated as the 4-H team champion with Cody Newlun, Adam Florian, Genny McKown, Andrew Rutt and Gus Clark scoring 655 of 750. Newlun won the Cornhusker Cup in 2011.

There were approximately 1,400 shooters competing in the senior high division Friday and Saturday at the home grounds of the Nebraska Trapshooting Association (NTA). The event is hosted by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and the NTA.

“The end of the 44th Cornhusker Trapshoot was a grand success, with the cooperation of 2,300 of Nebraska’s finest youth, Game and Parks and the Nebraska Trapshooting Association,” shoot director Terry Brentzel said. “The record number of shooters endured Nebraska’s harsh climate to compete in the largest youth shoot in the world.”

Results from Saturday are:

Overall

Top Three Individuals – 1. Keenan Kremke, Karp and Krow 4-H, 141 of 150; 2. Joshua Borzekofski, Lincoln Pius X, 138; 3. Nick Peterson, Omaha Creighton Prep, 138.

Top Teams – 1. Lincoln Pius X I (Aaron Lafler, Joshua Borzekofski, Adam Greitens, Adam Erskine, Andrew Rempe), 663 of 750; 2. Omaha Creighton Prep Blue, 661; 3. Fremont I, 656; 4. North Platte High Blue, 650; 5. Norris I, 646; 6. Omaha Creighton Prep White, 646.

Top Three Girls – 1. Brianna Rakes, Omaha Marian, 138 of 150; 2. Genny McKown, Hastings 4-H, 137; 3. Bailey Kustka, Papillion-LaVista South, 132.

Top Three Girls Teams – 1. Omaha Marian Blue (Brianna Rakes, Maddie Worth, Natalie Bialas, Lori Nevole, Anna Vasko), 650 of 750; 2. Papillion-LaVista South Titan Lady I, 622; 3. Lincoln Southwest Pink, 621.

Top Three 4-H Teams – 1. Hastings 4-H I (Cody Newlun, Adam Florian, Genny McKown, Andrew Rutt, Gus Clark), 655 of 750; 2. Karp and Krow 4-H I, 654; 3. Oak Creek 4-H I, 643.

Handicap

Top Three Girls – 1. Bailey Kustka, Papillion-LaVista South, 67 of 75; 2. Lori Nevole, Omaha Marian, 66 (won shoot-off); 3. Brianna Rakes, Omaha Marian, 66.

Top Three Individuals – 1. Wyatt Matulka, Raymond Central, 71 of 75; 2. 3. Tylan Thompson, North Platte High, 70; 3. Cody Krula, Thayer County, 69.

Top Teams – 1. Raymond Central I (Wyatt Matulka, Kylie Rech, Cory Storm, Zach Setje, Jacob Huck), 325 of 375; 2. North Platte High Blue, 314; 3. Lincoln Pius X I, 309; 4. Omaha Creighton Prep Blue, 308; 5. Omaha Creighton Prep White, 305; 6. Wood River I, 301.

Top Three 4-H Teams – 1. Stanton 4-H I (Landon Steffen, Derick Gansebom, Lukas Steffen, Kaleb Reigle, Ethan Gansebom), 315 of 375; 2. Oak Creek 4-H I, 302; 3. Karp and Krow 4-H I, 299.

Top Three Girls High School Teams – 1. Omaha Marian Blue (Brianna Rakes, Maddie Worth, Natalie Bialas, Lori Nevole, Anna Vasko), 308 of 375; 2. Papillion-LaVista South Titan Lady II, 295; 3. Papillion-LaVista South Titan Lady I, 291.

Yardage Winners

Top Three 18-19 Yards – 1. Kayla Hampton, Hyannis 4-H, 66 of 75; 2. Nick Collins, Stanton 4-H, 65; 3. Ali Tanbouza, Aurora, 64.

Top Three 20-21 Yards – 1. Anthony Weyers, Waverly, 68 (won shoot-off); 2. Patrick Dvorak, Lewiston, 68; 3. Marshall Nichelson, Fairbury, 67.

Top Three 22-23 Yards – 1. Tristan Carlson, Omaha Roncalli, 69; 2. Chris Quinn, Omaha Creighton Prep, 68; 3. Ryan Winkler, Crete, 67.

Top Three 24-25 Yards – 1. Nick Peterson, Omaha Creighton Prep, 66 (won shoot-off); 2. Austin DuVall, Central, S.D., 3. Genny McKown, Hastings, 4-H, 66.

Logo courtesy Nebraska Games & Parks Commission

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